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Ag Mechanics Pit Challenge

The BBQ Pit challenge is open to all Humble ISD FFA Chapters and the Humble ISD Welding Class. Each year these respective schools enter their nominations for the BBQ Pit Challenge by November 15th and the pit building begins. Each school must keep track of all receipts for a bill of materials, along with dimensions and blueprints, and all of these items must be assembled in a record book for viewing by the Judges and Spectators. Once a Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Pit is chosen, those two pits along with two other pits will be auctioned off at 4:30 p.m. on February 2, 2019, during the awards ceremony of the BBQ Cook Off contest. The money from these pits is then placed back into each school's Ag. Mechanics accounts to fund their respective programs for the next year. This year, as well as the past two years, the pipe for these pits was generously donated by Michael Simpson, Tarkington, Texas.

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Kids Q

This is a Kids BBQ Cook-Off for age groups 5-10 and 11-15. Parents should enter via the sign-up on our website and pay the $25 entry fee for each child entered. There will be 20 entries per age group, for a maximum of 40 total entries. The first 20 entries per age group will be able to cook.

For more details go the to the Kids Q event page.
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KIDS ZONE

During the BBQ Cook Off, bring the kids to ride in our trackless train, ride a mechanical bull, climb the rock wall, get their face painted and so much more!






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Humble ISD LIVESTOCK SHOW

Come see our 4H and FFA exhibitors compete in the 72nd Annual Humble ISD Livestock Show, February 6th-9th, 2019!
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FFA & 4H Calf Scramble

The FFA Calf Scramble is open to all FFA members’ grades 9-12 that are in good standing with their perspective FFA chapter and must be academically eligible.

The FFA Calf Scramble is held during both Friday and Saturday performances. All five high schools will draw to determine what night they are to be participating. These dates will be determined before the yearly FFA joint meeting. Each school's supervising Ag teacher will collect entries from each chapter. All entries will be given to Jeff Wilson, the director of student events. Once collected, the entries are compiled and drawn.


4-H Calf Scramble is open to all members of 4-H and is held on Friday night performance before the FFA Calf Scramble. A 4-H Representative collects 4-H entries.

For more details go the FFA & 4H Calf Scramble event page.

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Chute Doggin'

The FFA Chute Dogging is open to all FFA members’ grades 9-12. All participants must be in good standing with their FFA chapter and academically eligible.

1- There will be 10 contestants each night, Friday, February 8th and Saturday, February 9th. Each high school should be represented each night to compete for a belt buckle. In the event a high school FFA cannot secure two students by January 8th, then the committee will fill the positions.

2-These students will be from Humble ISD FFA programs, four students from each high school.

3- There will be a $10 entry fee that should accompany the entry form.

4-Each student must turn in an entry form at the joint FFA meeting in January.

5-Students will be judged by rodeo personnel on how fast to dog a steer from standing position starting in rodeo chute.

6- Each night there will be a belt buckle awarded to the student with the fastest time. The buckle will be awarded by a sponsor and a picture will be taken with the student.

7- The selected students must arrive no later than 6:10 p.m. of the night he/she is scheduled to participate.


For more details, click on the Chute Doggin' event page.

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Mutton Bustin'

Mutton Bustin' is a Humble Rodeo crowd favorite! Don't miss these young cowgirls and cowboys hold on for dear life for 8 seconds.

Full details on dates, times and how to register go to the Mutton Bustin' event page.

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